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Monday, January 01, 2007

Mike Arrington: 'What Is The Definition Of A Blog'

TechCrunch proprietor Michael Arrington's December 31, 2006, post headlined "What Is The Definition Of A Blog?" has generated quite a bit of discussion. When this item was posted, there were 110 responses to the question. Much of it centers around whether you have a blog if you don't allow comments.

I say you do, although I think comments should be allowed. On the other hand, it's your blog and you have a right to allow or not allow comments. You can even ban obnoxious commenters if you want. There is no law that says you have to accept abuse, if that's what you are getting from certain commenters.

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